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should have done more for you

 

should have let me be myself

 

should have made a decision about us

 

should have stopped making up excuses

 

cant believe we are really through

 

best girl i ever had

 

she was mean and didnt care

 

all men were same to her

 

miss that smile in the morning

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Here's a little challenge in the hopes of taking this thread one step further ... I challenge everyone to do this exercise for all your past significant relationships ... write down two or three feelings/emotions with how that relationship makes you feel (ie worthless, powerless, sad, frustrated, etc ...). See if you notice a pattern of having the same feelings coming about in all your past relationships. This is something I do with a lot of people and the results are often very surprising !

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Here's a little challenge in the hopes of taking this thread one step further ... I challenge everyone to do this exercise for all your past significant relationships ... write down two or three feelings/emotions with how that relationship makes you feel (ie worthless, powerless, sad, frustrated, etc ...). See if you notice a pattern of having the same feelings coming about in all your past relationships. This is something I do with a lot of people and the results are often very surprising !

 

This is a GREAT idea.

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First love (high school/college)

Kind

Vain

Grounded

Dramatic

Tragic

Instructive

 

College Love

Controlling

Sexy

Smart

Caring

Illuminating

Faithless

 

Deep Love

Wow

Boundless

Childlike

Challenging

Passionate

Jewish

 

Still Unmarried

Distant

Trusting

Professional

Smart

Travelling

Tired

 

Married

Cute

Kind

Vain

Weak

Hapless

Family

 

Afterwards

Strong

Remote

Devoted

Smart

Angry

Dead

 

Oops (as below)

Boundless

Incredible

Challenging

Painful

Pornographic

Gone

 

Now

Self-sufficient

Respectful

Faithful

Family

Instructive

Uncertain

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Yes ... now ask yourself why did I ignore all the flags ? there is a root cause either a belief or emotion that is responsible for this behavior. These are the types of things that once identified will drastically change the types of relationships you create and the partners you attract.

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